Huis Ten Bosch, Sasebo

3.6
Transport yourself to one of Europe's most famous locales at Huis Ten Bosch, an expansive theme park replicating the look and feel of the Netherlands. Wander among life-size buildings designed in the classic style of the Netherlands, laid out along iconic canals and punctuated by famous Dutch landmarks. The park's entertainment options include a haunted house, a Ferris wheel, and a theater. Be sure to check the official website for information about upcoming events, performances, and flower festivals. Put Huis Ten Bosch and other Sasebo attractions into our Sasebo journey planning tool , and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • I was shy about the children's activism, food, and teddy bears, but when I went out, there were many museums. In particular, Porceraine-Jiam is the best. The porcelain on display was very interesting. Especially, the exhibition which restored between pottery of Charlottenburg Palace is terrible. I think you can only see it here in Japan. This exhibition deepened my interest in pottery. It can be imagined that Imari played a great role in the transition of western oriental hobbies called Sinazureto to Japanismus. The Nabeshima clan had a division of labor system for the production of porcelain, but the purpose was to prevent the outflow of technology. The Nabeshima clan also had enough money to voluntarily produce steam engines at the end of the Edo period. The first time you've been able to do this, you'll find that you've been making money from the export of Imari. It became a study.
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  • It is a theme park that incorporates a European taste in a large site. I visited because i really want to go with my companion. I don't know if it's time-to-time, but there are many attractions, including ferris wheel, and children can enjoy it without getting tired of it. However, when i was told that i would come every time, I had the impression that I would choose a person.
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  • A very pretty recreation of a Dutch town. A pity that most attractions had add-on pricing. 4,500 yen entrance fee for park entry. 7,000 yen for being able to use the attractions. Felt a bit pricey. Nevertheless, had a good time taking pictures. Theme park was very well kept. Having visited Amsterdam, the canal house architecture and canals are legit.
  • You need to spend an entire day in this park in order to make your money worth. Definitely one of the weirder theme parks I’ve been to, but its great for family fun and the park is really gigantic. It is probably a good idea to stay at the hotels in the park if you have kids and want to spend more time in there. It is quite a walk from the JR Station (and the pathway is very luggage-wheel-unfriendly), and the bus station is right outside the entrance. Do remember to book a ticket when leaving though.
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